Some updates about some events on the West Coast. SF and LA area  Fue lessons and Shakuhachi July 15-22,2014
and New CD announcement.

Shakuhachi and Fue lessons available in Los Angeles July 15-20th.

please contact me at for more info.


Fues and Shakuhachi will be available for lessons as well as for sale.

Great Fue  #6, 7 or 8 available and wooden practice  Shakuhachi-

Available also at the market place at the Taiko gathering in Los Angeles-I will be at the Taiko with Toni Booth- come and say hello.


Taiko gathering marketplace special:

$5.00 off CDs or flutes if you print this ad.



For  private lessons in SF :


July 20-22 contact me directly for more info.

for Fue  workshops in SF please see here under for more info


Also new CD of Shakuhachi : Reverie (unique CD- classical pieces arranged for the shakuhachi and piano) was just released - available also on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, CDbaby, etc.





Two Japanese Flute Workshops in San Francisco Bay Area

Fue of the Bay presents Fue Fundamentals and Yatai Bayashi Fue with Marco Lienhard


1) Fue Fundamentals workshop

7:00-8:00pm Monday, July 21, 2014

Come try the Shinobue for the first time or develop your inner skills in playing the Japanese Flute. Marco will teach the basic fundamentals in producing great sound on the Shinobue. This is an hour long class that will focus on the 8 - hon fue (Key of C) that is used in many taiko and festivals in Japan.

Workshop cost: $35 ($30 for Fue of the Bay students)


2) Fue: Yatai Bayashi workshop

8:00-9:00pm Monday, July 21, 2014

Marco will teach how to accompany Yatai Bayashi with the Shinobue. Yatai-bayashi (屋台囃子) is a traditional taiko piece inspired by a festival in Chichibu, Japan that occurs annually from December 3-4. The piece been performed by many taiko ensembles and became well-known through the dramatic stage variations of the piece developed by Ondekoza and Kodo.



Workshop Cost: $35 ($30 for Fue of the Bay students)


Attend BOTH workshops for $55 ($50 for Fue of the Bay students)


Marco Lienhard studied the Shakuhachi under the master Katsuya Yokoyama, quickly mastering the instrument and becoming a virtuoso solo artist. Marco was a member of Ondekoza from 1981-1994. While touring as a professional taiko player in Japan, Marco also studied the fue and the Nohkon (Noh theater flute) with Masayuki Isso. In 1995, Lienhard founded Taikoza in New York, where he now makes his home. - See more at:


Please reserve your spot by:


or RSVP at this Facebook event page



Location: 26 Seventh St, 5th Floor, San Francisco



by Marco Lienhard by East Winds, Inc.
Audio CD ~ Release Date: 2014-06-02
List Price: $15.00
Our Price: $10.40
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